RDM Embedded 10.1 Gives Developers More Options

Behold the power of RDM Embedded 10.1. Featuring new API's, increased performance and greater usability. Download RDMe 10.1 for free to develop high-quality applications.

SEATTLE, WA – September 6, 2011 – Raima, known worldwide for providing high performance embedded database products, today announced the general availability release of RDM Embedded 10.1.

Effective Solution for Secure Software Distribution

Real Time Logic is pleased to announce BarracudaDrive 4.6 with the new File Mailer component. BarracudaDrive is a consumer product developed by using the Barracuda Embedded Web Server SDK.

If you are in an industry that requires regular distribution of important information, you probably have found that there are many problems associated with secure distribution of sensitive data. The File Mailer is a product that makes it easy and secure to distribute confidential data of any size to any number of contacts via regular email.

Replication in Embedded Applications Just Got Easier with ITTIA DB SQL

ITTIA has unveiled version ITTIA DB SQL 4.1, the newest version of its database for embedded systems and intelligent devices. With the addition of advanced high availability functionality and enhanced replication features, the ITTIA DB SQL library offers the most value for the application developers of embedded systems on Windows, Linux, QNX, and more. Highlights of this new release include support for two-phase commit, synchronous replication on commit, table snapshots, and distributed transactions.

Raima to Exhibit at ESC Silicon Valley 2011

Raima Inc. will be previewing a new release of RDM Embedded at ESC Silicon Valley this year. This release will increase interoperability through SQL and C++ API and has focused on the ease of use experience. Visit Raima in Booth 2314 to view the Demo.

SEATTLE, WA -- April 19, 2011 - Raima Inc., which offers state-of-the-art embedded database and dataflow technologies, today announced that they will be exhibiting at this year's Embedded Systems Conference Silicon Valley.

Speed up compilation under Windows

For Windows machine that are part of a Domain, each time a sh is started it will validate the user permission by contacting the machine specify by the LOGONSERVER variable. This add lots of overhead. This can be bypassed by undefining the LOGONSERVER in your Momentics environment setting, or setting it up to your machine name. Go in Windows/Preferences/C++/Build/Environment. Press Add, then add the LOGONSERVER variable, don't specify any value. Then once you are back in the main dialog press the undefine button. You must also set the "Replace Native Environment with specified one" option


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